De är i rymden. De kan bokstavligt talat köra runt, över eller under hur som helst. Vad väljer de? ATT KÖRA IGENOM SKITEN
Men deras skepp är STÖRRE
#these two run a country
More reasons why pokemon should exist
I love my mom.
I am risking nothing
I AM SORRY FOLLOWERS, I LOVE MY MOMMY
Will not risk.
sorry followers :(
omg im so glad to se so many people love their mummy
"Nope", the anime.
Based on that hilarious text post.
i would watch the shit out of this
I’d like a Venti Skim Cafe Mocha, leave room for hairballs.
brb moving to Japan
Hans’ betrayal of Anna, from Frozen
This scene makes me cringe so goddamn hard. A perfectly interesting character is reduced to a dull plot device. To explain my point, let’s recap the plot, from Hans’ perspective.
Hans wants to be a king, so he seduces a foreign princess. He barely knows her—and certainly doesn’t love her—but she’s gullible enough to fall for him, so he figures, what the hell. There are worse fates than hanging out with a cute girl in order to achieve your dream. If he’s not in love now, hey, maybe it’ll blossom.
Here’s where it gets interesting: we see through Hans’ handling of the blizzard relief and the raid on Elsa’s ice castle that he is, indeed, a good leader. After all the drama of Arendelle’s self-imposed embargo, they’d be lucky to have someone that competent at the helm.
Yadda, yadda, yadda, the rest of the film happens, and then Anna returns to Hans and says, “Either give me True Love’s Kiss or I—and your dream of becoming king, which would please every single person in this story—will die.”
There is no reason not to kiss her, even if he knows he doesn’t love her. First of all, she’s dying, for Christ’s sake. Have some compassion and try. Secondly, who knows how sensitive the curse’s Love Detectors are? Maybe “loving her title” will be enough. Lastly, if it doesn’t work, she’ll die anyway, and he can just claim that she left him in charge (like he does in the film).
There are two dynamics at work, in this scene. On the one hand, we’ve seen that he’s a good leader, so we’re rooting for him to become king. On the other hand, we’re sorry that Anna’s life depends upon his sincerity—especially since he didn’t mean to hurt her by lying.
By setting this up, the movie raises questions about duplicity in the name of the greater good. It’s ambiguous, and it’s interesting…and unfortunately, the movie refuses to cash in on its own hard work.
What kind of person—when confronted with someone dying of cold—doesn’t even try to help her? A sociopath. And we’re expected to just go along with it.
ANNA: Hans, do this simple thing that’ll save me from dying.
HANS: No, because, in fact, I’m unrepentantly evil.
ANNA: What a surprise! You’ve been so righteous throughout the story!
HANS: Y’think so? I was sure that silly dance I did earlier was a dead giveaway!
US, PRESUMABLY: Now that you mention it—!
HANS: Do you want any more information?
US, PRESUMABLY No, no, don’t bother. You can move onto the next scene. We’ll fill in the blanks.
This scene sucker-punches all the dimensionality out of the character, and it’s a pity, because he’d built up quite a bit.